Christine Payne will participate as a panelist at the 2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute on November 12, 2020. Christine’s panel, “Business as (Un)Usual: How COVID-19 Has Changed and Will Change the Practice of eDiscovery,” will explore how eDiscovery practices have changed in the face of COVID-19 and provide a vision of what follows in the aftermath of the coronavirus. The panelists will discuss various questions, including: 

  • What are the eDiscovery implications of a shelter-in-place/work-from-home environment?
  • How do you defensibly conduct data collections and managed document reviews in a physically-distant world?
  • What are the data sources implicated in the coming wave of legal claims?
  • Is “local” the new “global” for the workforce and the supply chain?
  • What are the information governance implications of COVID-19?
  • What is the evolution, and how will this continue to change?
  • What are the implications for the courts of COVID-19 trial practice changes (remote hearings, remote trials, in-court trials) and criminal case backlog?

This year’s virtual Institute offers an extensive opportunity for attendees to earn from the leading global experts in eDiscovery, Big Data, and privacy. More information on the event can be found here.